§ 6. Sir Alfred Beit
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs the number of times the European Advisory Commission has met since its inaugural meeting on 15th December, 1943.
§ Sir A. Beit
Has the Commission yet made any recommendations and, if so, have they been accepted by any of the three Governments concerned?
§ Mr. Vernon Bartlett
Will the right hon. Gentleman consider whether the time has not now come for the establishment of a European Advisory Commission on a Ministerial level to prevent these instances of unhappy friction between the three great Powers?
§ 12. Mr. Granville
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether it is within the scope of the European Advisory Council to discuss the terms of surrender or armistice conditions to apply to Axis countries arising out of the development of the war.
§ 13. Mr. Granville
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether it is within the scope of the European Advisory Council to discuss the present position of Turkey.
§ Mr. Eden
As I informed the hon. Member on 21st March, the functions of the European Advisory Commission were defined in the communiqué issued at the close of the Moscow Conference. The proceedings of the Commission are secret and it would not be proper for me to discuss the subject matter of its deliberations.